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HAIL!
Nene Karenna, The Hymn
A Novel of the Founding of the Five Nations
1550-1590
2nd Edition
by Bruce A. Burton

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A one-of-a-kind true story of how two Native American men, in their search for the meaning of humanness, are  able to turn their sufferings, at once both tragic and sublime, into a multi-national triumph and set world democracy in motion in America 200 years before the consequent formation of the American union.

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From Hail! Nene Karenna, The Hymn...

“HAIL!” [is] the first Constitutional Epic-Saga of the Native Continent called Onkwehonweteh, The Land of the Real People… [known today as] America [that] takes the reader back 450 years to America before Samuel de Champlain to the fascinating world of Native American politics, rivalry, and war which saw the founding of the great League of the Iroquois. Told dramatically from the viewpoint of the League’s founders, the reader meets for the first time in American Letters the native statesmen who shaped the course of American history, the historic Ayonwatha and the boy genius, Deganawida, the George Washington and Thomas Jefferson of the Iroquois, who struggle to overcome the blood thirsty Atotarho and bring peace to the five kindred warring Iroquois nations. But “HAIL!” NENE KARENNA, THE HYMN is more than a Native national epic, which challenges the stereotype of the American Indian; for, it is also the deeply personal saga of how two men, in their search for the meaning of humanness, are able to turn their sufferings, at once both tragic and sublime, into a multi-national triumph.


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